I am trying to install Navidrome on macOS based on instructions here: https://www.navidrome.org/docs/installation/macos/ Note: I have Docker installed but the instructions are unclear if I should install it through Docker or the binary - I don't even know if Docker uses an internal terminal like in the tutorial or if I just use Terminal in macOS. I know even less how to use Navidrome after installing it, like changing my music directory or opening the GUI. But that's not my immediate problem.
I tried to follow the three steps listed first with 1. extracting the binary to /usr/local/opt/navidrome/, but I ended up copying the Unix executable file to the opt folder and not the navidrome subfolder. I can't even see the navidrome subfolder but I can cd to it. Any attempts with sudo to move navidrome the file to navidrome the subfolder say things like "No such file or directory" or "Read-only file system". I guess my real question is I don't know which working directory to use to move the file one folder down. Example using navidrome as my cd:
MacBook-Pro:opt me$ sudo mkdir navidrome mkdir: navidrome: File exists MacBook-Pro:opt me$ sudo mkdir /navidrome mkdir: /navidrome: Read-only file system MacBook-Pro:opt me$ sudo mkdir /navidrome/ Password: mkdir: /navidrome/: Read-only file system MacBook-Pro:opt me$ sudo mv navidrome.exe /navidrome mv: rename navidrome.exe to /navidrome: No such file or directory
So what do I use for my cd (opt, navidrome, or somewhere else) and where do I use brackets to distinguish files from folders?